The lush landscapes of Idaho, from the endless rivers to the tree-topped mountains, offer diverse locations for building your timber frame home. With over 40 years of experience designing and crafting legacy timber homes, Riverbend can create your Idaho getaway.
Every representative at Riverbend Timber Framing is a company employee. We value each and every one of our customers, and we hold ourselves and our employees to a high standard. That’s why you can rely on working with an in-house Riverbend representative with every home.
If you are having trouble deciding on a timber frame style that will fit your family best, browse through our custom floor plan gallery – there are plenty of concepts that will inspire your very own home design.
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Frank has nearly 20 years of experience in the wood home industry. His extensive knowledge allows him to seamlessly guide families through Riverbend’s timber frame building process. Contact Frank today.
The look and feel of a traditional timber frame home fits right into the variety of landscapes within the state of Idaho. If you haven’t yet decided where to build, here are some of our favorite locations.
Central Idaho’s corridor of national forests runs uninterrupted from just north of Boise to the Canadian border. To take advantage of the scenery and recreational opportunities, choose sites in historic resort communities such as Sun Valley and McCall for your custom timber frame home.
Can’t decide whether to build your timber frame home by the lake or in the mountains? In Coeur d’Alene you can have both, with pristine Lake Coeur d’Alene surrounded by mountain forests. Watch the spectacular North Idaho sunsets from the porch of your Coeur d’Alene timber frame home.
Named the most beautiful small town in America by Rand McNally, Sandpoint is located on 43-mile-long Lake Pend Oreille, surrounded by the Selkirk and Cabinet Mountains, and minutes from the Schweitzer Mountain ski resort. Build your timber frame home here to enjoy the outdoors, the scenery, and a thriving arts community.
Tucked in the shadow of West Yellowstone is Eastern Idaho’s Island Park. The lush pine trees, mountain views, and plentiful lakes are all great locations for a traditional timber home.
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